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Ah to jump on a plane and fly to Belgium tonight. Even Liars need a break once in a while, getting out of the studio to flex their musical muscles. They will be taking a break from working on their follow-up to Sisterworld to curate the Sonic City festival in De Kreun, Belgium, taking place this weekend, from October 28-30th.
Get thee to the Fader Fort this Friday and Saturday at Drive-In Studios on 18th St.’s West side to see some amazing acts by day, before you see them at their official CMJ Music Marathon 2011 showcases. Why not have some unofficial fun while the sun does shine?
What to do tomorrow:
- Get down with The Occupation Party, presented by the Danger List folks with a swizzle hot flier made by Shepard Fairey.
- If you’d like to instead just go and simply hear some kick ass music and drink some get down with Davila 666, Acid Baby Jesus, Sweet Tooth, Cassie Ramone and XRAY EYEBALLS at 285 Kent ave.
- Watch some Creator stuff.
- Never use swizzle again.
Get down with The Occupation Party, presented by the Danger List folks with a swizzle hot flier made by Shepard Fairey. Now, some have noted that this is the first “big name artist” to get behind the Occupy Wall Street movement, I guess Russell “I’ll Clean It Up” Simmons doesn’t count:
I saw them open, playing way before the Kills just a month or two ago at Terminal 5. I’ve seen them at every Brooklyn venue and that of Manhattan before that, and now, they are back again, playing to a Japanese girl’s foot-sized venue near the BQE. I guess we should applaud them for signing back to a true indie label, Dead Oceans, but how will all of us fans fit into that pinhole room?
Maybe it was yesterday afternoon’s shocking baby quake, but we’re feeling a bit introspective for a Wednesday morning. We’d like to introduce Berlin’s moody o F F, who refer to themselves, aptly, as a “disenchanted fairytale”…
The 2011 L Magazine’s annual Northside Festival may not have our faves Liars and Fucked Up firing up a Greenpoint barge park this year, but there are still dizzying amounts of amazing bands to fit in this weekend, not to mention films, panels and, if it’s your thing, comedy acts.
The synthtastic, lightning swift vocals and bass-heavy beats of Miami’s duo Afrobeta might be the quickest way to bring a little South Beach vacation vibe to you this summer.